Olamide Responds To Drug Abuse-related Criticism Of His New Song
Olamide Responds To Criticism Of His New Song
Nigerian hiphop music act and YBNL head honcho Olamide kicked off the year with a fat joint “Science Student” which has earned massive airplay. Baddo May have a hit song but had to finally react to the reviews of his latest single.
The word out is that Olamide is promoting the use of hard drugs, narcotics and other strong substances on the ‘Science Student’ song. Those critical of the song feel the popular singer and rapper is misleading youths who look up to him as a role model.
In a brief statement the hit maker debunked insinuations he is encouraging the use of hard drugs and mixing of harmful substances.
See statement below
SINCE THE RELEASE OF #SCIENCESTUDENT, THE SUPPORT HAS BEEN MASSIVE. AS YOU ARE ALL SHARING, DANCING, SINGING ALONG TO THIS RELATABLE MUSIC OF MINE, I WANT YOU ALL TO TAKE SOME TIME TO REFLECT ON THE SUBJECT, SAY NO TO DRUG ABUSE. DON’T ABUSE ALCOHOL. STOP MIXING WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT. LIVE RESPONSIBLY AND DRINK RESPONSIBLY. DON’T ASPIRE THE ‘HIGHNESS STATE’ BUT A STATE OF PURPOSE FULFILLMENT AND PASSION DISCOVERY. TOGETHER LET’S PUT AN END TO DRUG ABUSE AND SAVE AS MANY LIVES AS POSSIBLE. THE VIDEO WILL BE OUT SOON AND I CAN’T WAIT FOR YOU ALL TO SEE IT. #SAYNOTODRUGABUSE #DRINKRESPONSIBLY #SCIENCESTUDENT